image of tech with patientWhen you enter the office, you will find it very cool inside, this is for your body to acclimate down to a cooler temperature.   You will disrobe and be given an exam cape, after which you will be given some forms to fill out, so we can get a medical history and other pertinent information.  A total of 5 breast images will be taken, which will be electronically sent to our thermologists.  All scans are read and interpreted by Thermologists, Medical Doctors that are Board Certified in Thermology.

Since this will be your baseline scan, and more critically, because active cancer cells double every 90 days, you will be asked to return in 3 months, in order to establish the stability of your breasts’ vascular patterns. This follow-up is essential in determining future risk. An abnormal vascular development in the breast tissue can be an early warning sign of breast cancer, which may be reversible with the proper nutrition and hormone balancing (if needed).

Patient A:

Patient A breast scan first image

First Scan

Patient A breast scan second image

Second Scan (Changes are showing)

Patient B:

image of patient B first scan

First Scan

image of patient B second scan

Second Scan (Changes are showing)

image of patient B third after scan

Third Scan (More changes showing)